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An interstellar tactical wargame. Built by a the worlds most dangerous geeks, and a US Marine.
An interstellar tactical wargame. Built by a the worlds most dangerous geeks, and a US Marine.
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Introducing "Fleet Intelligence".

ADDENDUM : Let's see what Reddit/r/French thinks of the current French version.

We've composed a script for the next video.  Not the final voice by the way, this one is just the "raw data".

To hear our script, simply put all the text from the document into translate.google.com  To hear how Fleet Intelligence will say the script, simply click on the audio button.  This audio will be the "raw data" we use with our own sound pipeline, and we literally create this characters voice through google translate.

Our NPC character, "Fleet Intelligence", is a multi-node AI, with many personalities.  However, it speaks with all its minds in unison, having an "angelic choir" effect to it's voice.  We call it an "Intelligence" in the same way a person would know an artificial intelligence.  This will be the one of the characters in our story line campaign.

We use google translate for this, since we believe we can get quality translations with enough people who are interested in helping.

We would like to offer free MULTIPASSes to anyone who is willing to hear the translation in audio, and put in a better translation in text for their native language.  We've also included a sample of Fleet Intelligences voice in this update.

We would like to do the next video in the following languages : 

French 
German
Japanese

Send us an email > slade@mercenary-games.com, or reply here for your translations! :)

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    1. Creator S.D. on May 28, 2012

      Yeah, I think Ursula LeGuin invented the term "ansible" in her sci-fi like fifty years ago; it's a fixture of the genre now, and fits perfectly in this tactical space-fleet command milieu.

    2. Creator Mercenary Games on April 27, 2012

      @Marcelo Odin

      Ansible is used all over sci-fi, even Ender's Game makes fun of the term :)

    3. Creator Marcelo Odin (deleted) on April 27, 2012

      "initiating; ansible, commlink." I really really like the Ender's Game references, such as the ansible. I loved that book.